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Photos from the Sunday performance of the United States Navy’s Blue Angels. Year after year, air show after air show, The Blue Angels fly an incredible aerial demonstration that showcases the skills all Naval Aviators are taught. While watching the F/A-18 Hornets flying it is easy to see why Naval Aviation is among the best of the best in today’s armed forces. Enjoy ! (clicking on an image will take you to the full gallery)

Photos from the Blue Angels Friday practice for the 2010 Cleveland National Air Show. The Friday before the air show is traditionally “media day” where just about all performers fly for local and national media that are covering the air show. In usual Cleveland style, the weather started off gloomy, changed to rainy, heavy rainy, windy and rain, and thankfully settled into windy and sunny in the afternoon. The weather was not the only story of the day .  .  .

The F/A-18 Hornet, which is flown by the Navy Blue Angels, is one my favorite planes. I love capturing the Blue Angels as well as regular F/A-18 Hornets. Being that the Cleveland National Air Show is less than a week away, I figured I would post some shots over the next few days of different aircraft. Enjoy ! (clicking any photo will take you the full gallery)

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